10k.Caash is an American rapper from Dallas, TX. The self-proclaimed originator of the Woah, rapper 10k.Caash undoubtedly played a major role in the popularity of the dance craze in 2018. He capitalized on his newfound fame with a Def Jam Recordings' deal that led to The Creator, his major-label debut, released in 2019. 
Treyvon Britt, known as 10k.Caash, is a native of Dallas' Oak Cliff neighborhood. He was Part of local dance crew the Rollie Bros. In 2017, the squad created viral dance The Woah, a mix of arm swaying and locking in place. Yet this time, 10K.Caash's popularity and persistence in claiming the dance made him into a Woah ambassador. 10k officially became a rapper after urge from Lil Uzi whom they bith perform together in Dallas.
10k.Caash achieved social media fame separately in 2018 with the popularity of the Woah, a bonafide craze, by the end of that year. Also in 2018, 10k.Caash released his first rowdy, irreverent tracks and was featured with G.U.N and FKi 1st on Good Gas' "On Go Freestyle," issued on the Mad Decent label. After he and G.U.N signed solo deals with Def Jam, the label commercially released their brief, brash "Aloha" in March 2019, and quickly followed it with another duo recording, "Geek It Up." 10k.Caash's full-length debut, The Creator, was out that May, featuring appearances from Lil Yachty, Famous Dex, and Rico Nasty.
Def Jam signee, 10k.Caash
established himself with the release of the mixtape The Creator. As its cover art suggests, The Creator was largely educational in nature, staking 10k’s claim as the authentic originator of the Woah. The mixtape showcased co-signs from a menagerie of very online rappers but 10k.Caash is now using his newfound clout to raise the profiles of other emerging artists. 
Coming off of a meteoric rise and looking to keep the hot streak rolling in 2020, the young rapper released the project Planet Swajjur. 10K.Caash's new tape proves at the very least that the young Texas firecracker still knows how to have fun. His work on Planet Swajjur doesn't reach too far or try to take itself too seriously. The explosive beats and abrasive bars are still as indulgent and electrifying as ever. At just sixteen minutes long, the tape seeks to catch heat briefly and finish promptly before the listener has time to lose interest. The approach is not only appropriate for 10k.Caash's style but effectively executed in the quarter-hour of a runtime. Eccentric slappers 
One of 10K's strengths is that he can attack his arsenal of fun beats in a variety of ways.
He can wild out and rip the beat part or hang back and roll with it.
He can shove his excess in your face or he can happily admire it.
This is a valuable trait for a young emcee of his status.
As trends come and go and the rap industry progresses, it will become increasingly important for 10K.Caash
to not only deliver high energy like he does here but also have fun doing it.